There is a serial killer loose on the overnight ferry from Newcastle to Amsterdam. Draper's Tours hostess Gemma Draper & her trusty coach driver Terry must help identify the killer before the sabotaged ship sinks.
A Blackpool coach driver and a female tour guide get caught up in a whodunit mystery when someone starts bumping off their passengers, the elderly fans of a crime novelist who's showing them places that inspired his works, one by one.
The lives of grieving mother Rosalie and her daughter Maddie are changed forever when they meet Jed. A spark of hope for the future is rekindled within the household. But underneath, a deadly and morally corrupt triangle is taking shape.
Revolves around the true story of a fateful night in August 1985 when five members of the same family are murdered at an Essex farmhouse, and the ensuing police investigation and court case that follows.
After the two previous episodes I was looking forward to it, it continues the trend of smut, nonsense, pure stupidity and murder.
Don't expect an Agatha Christie or a Carry on Film, but there was an effort to find something in the middle. It is fun, but it's fun for this time of year, think panto season, think exaggerated over the top nonsense. If you take it for what it is, light hearted fluff you'll enjoy it, expect much and you'll be disappointed.
It boasts a wonderful cast, Jason Donovan adds a bit of star quality, but the standout for me was Joanna Page, she was lots of fun.
Seeing Annette Crosbie was enough for me to enjoy it. 6/10
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